Diving Into Darkness: The University of Ottawa Suicide Crisis

Diving Into Darkness: The University of Ottawa Suicide Crisis

Kimberly Sogge

Sunday March 29, 2020

Diving Into Darkness: The University of Ottawa Suicide Crisis

March 2020 Free Webinar with Dr. Kelly Wilson

The team of psychologists and psychotherapists at the Ottawa River Psychology Group, at 44 Hawthorne Avenue near the University of Ottawa campus, is eager to offer this video of our recent March 2020 free Kelly Wilson webinar on Diving Into Darkness: the University of Ottawa Suicide Crisis with Ottawa River Psychology Group team members Melisa Arias Valenzuela Melisa AV, Dr. Marie-Eve Martel Marie-Eve Martel.

Thank you for your patience while our student Sophie Ideias worked to edit the video for you.  There were some difficulties editing so the introduction by Melisa with Dr. Wilson’s biography was cut out. However the important information and the compassionate presence of our presenters are all there. 

Please also see the free materials shared by Dr. Wilson at the bottom of this post.

We hope this webinar was of benefit to you, and if conditions allow we look forward to having Dr. Wilson offer his incredibly beautiful professional wisdom, skills, and presence on bringing the psychological flexibility model alive in clinical work at a two day professional training at University of Ottawa in September 2020.

May we remember that our greatest power is being present with each other in authenticity and wisdom during moments of suffering.

With kindness,

Dr. Kimberly Sogge C.Psych., Founder and Clinical Director, Ottawa River Psychology Group and the whole ORPG team

 

Diving Into Darkness: The University of Ottawa Suicide Crisis with Dr. Kelly Wilson Webinar Part One

Diving Into Darkness: The University of Ottawa Suicide Crisis with Dr. Kelly Wilson Webinar Part Two

 

Resources from Dr. Kelly Wilson

Living Well as the First Medicine: Health and Wellness in the Modern World

A Psychological Flexibility Model: Practices for Abundant Living

 

 

 

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